These players will be the first to be bid in the 2024 IPL auction, including two Indians

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Travis Head, Steve Smith and David Warner

IPL 2024 Auction: The stage is set for the 2024 IPL auction. All teams have almost prepared their wish list. The teams now know how many spots they still have for domestic and foreign players. In addition, the list of players participating in the auction has also arrived, so they have also decided which players they would like to target. The big thing is that teams have to decide on two to three options for each player because it is not necessary for the team to get the option they want. Three to four teams in particular also bid on big players, then the player goes to the team that pays the highest price. Now that the list of 333 players is available, you should also know which players will be bidding on first, i.e. in whose name the auction will begin.

Full list of IPL released, also ready

There are 333 players in the list of players released by IPL. As per the rules, the start begins first with the capped batsman, followed by the capped all-rounder, the capped wicketkeeper, the capped pacer and finally the capped spinner. Upcapped also continues in the same order. It has been clarified how many and which players will be in all types of sets. If you don’t know the meaning of “capped” and “uncapped”, we will tell you that “capped” is the player who has played international matches and “uncapped” is the player who has not yet played international matches.

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The tender begins in the name of these players

Now we’ll tell you which players will be called up in the first set. The first set consists of capped batsmen. It mentions the names of Harry Brook from England, Travis Head from Australia, Karun Nair from India, Manish Pandey, Rovman Powell from West Indies, Riley Rousseau from South Africa and Steve Smith from Australia. A piece of paper with the names of all of these players is made and placed in a box. The names of all players are then called out individually. In addition, teams also start bidding on them according to their choice. The names of the wicketkeepers are then called and bids are made for them too. The time of the auction is set at around 2:30 p.m. At this point, players not only from India but from all over the world will compete to see how much bidding will be placed on whom.

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